In a surprising turn of events, Apple Music has recently removed Sarkodie’s popular song “Try Me” from its streaming platform. The song, which had held the number one spot on the platform since its release, has left fans wondering about the reason behind its sudden disappearance.
While the exact cause for the removal remains unknown, speculations have arisen suggesting that the beats used in the song may not have belonged to Sarkodie. This has led to further discussions and debates among fans and music enthusiasts.
“Try Me” was Sarkodie’s response to Yvonne Nelson’s book titled “I Am Not Yvonne Nelson,” which delved into their past relationship in 2010. The song gained significant attention and acclaim, making its removal from Apple Music all the more surprising.
Try Me by Sarkodie has been removed from Apple Music. I told you guys MOG and Sarkodie stole the beat pic.twitter.com/fSIqgKRQBo
— Twilight (@the_marcoli_boy) July 3, 2023
Apple Music’s decision to remove the hit song has left fans disappointed and eager for more information. Sarkodie’s music has a massive following in Ghana and beyond, and the removal of one of his most popular tracks has sparked curiosity and raised questions about copyright issues and music ownership.
As the news continues to circulate, fans are left wondering if the song will reappear on Apple Music in the future or if this removal is permanent. Meanwhile, Sarkodie’s loyal supporters will undoubtedly keep a close eye on further developments and eagerly await the artist’s response to the situation.
Stay tuned for more updates on this story as it unfolds.